Having recently completed my third year at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law, I am excited to work at McMillan as an articling student. I am fortunate for the opportunity to build on the knowledge and experience I gained as a summer student with the firm.

At law school, I enjoyed volunteering and working at the faculty’s legal clinic, Downtown Legal Services. There, I assisted clients with legal issues by providing referrals, researching legal questions and drafting summary advice memos. I most enjoyed working in the housing division, where, under the supervision of a staff lawyer, I negotiated settlements and made arguments before the Landlord and Tenant Board. I also enjoyed writing articles for the student newspaper, Ultra Vires, and performing in the Law Follies sketch comedy show.

Prior to law school, I earned a bachelor of arts at the University of Toronto, majoring in philosophy and drama. Between studying for my BA and law school, I spent two years performing and teaching improv comedy throughout Toronto.

In my spare time, I enjoy creative writing and playing football. I continue to perform and teach improv whenever I get the chance.

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